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  • The popular business press is replete with feature stories describing ethical meltdowns and how those corporate misdeeds have eroded the public trust of business leaders and their organizations. As most of us learned at our parents’ knees, trust and reputation are built over many years and take but an instant to be destroyed. So here we stand at a crossroads. Is it going to be business as usual for business? Or are businesspeople going to commit to regaining the trust of our peers, our families, and our fellow citizens?...

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  • However, there are a number of advantages to examining the smart money effect in fund management using our U.K.mutual fund data. First, ourmoney f low data aremonthly rather than quarterly. Second, we observe exact f lows rather than approximations based on fund values and fund returns. Third, we can distinguish between institutional and individualmoney f lows. Fourth, we can distinguish between purchases and sales. A further advantage is that we are able to examine mutual fund investor behavior in a different institutional setting from that of the United States.

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  • Children and adolescents with good mental health are able to achieve and maintain optimal psychological and social functioning and well-being. They have a sense of identity and self-worth, sound family and peer relationships, an ability to be productive and to learn, and a capacity to tackle developmental challenges and use cultural resources to maximize growth. Moreover, the good mental health of children and adolescents is crucial for their active social and economic participation.

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  • THE USE OF RELATIONSHIP MARKETING TECHNIQUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY Finally, it may be that the sorts of policies that I call “school effectiveness,” those not dependent on the peer group, are relatively unimportant determinants of student outcomes (or that they do not vary substantially across schools), and thus that effectiveness sorting and differences in average effectiveness across markets are not observable in the pattern of average SAT scores.

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  • ESSAYS ON THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FOREIGN DIRECT IN VESTMENT, INTERNATIONAL TRADE, AND EXCHANGE RATE VOLATILITY My analysis of parental choices focuses on the possibility that parents may choose schools partly on the basis of the peer group offered. Although existing research does not conclusively establish the causal contribution of peer group characteristics to student outcomes (see, e.g., Coleman et al.

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  • Publishers are not dealing with an incremental increase in workload associated with peer review, but rather a crush of manuscripts that must be fed through processes and procedures that may struggle to keep ahead of this tide. When this is the case, publication editors and staff are often forced to quickly weed through submissions and try to identify any “possible” candidates that can be processed into the peer review process, triaging out ‘poorer’ or ‘less relevant’ manuscripts early in the process.

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  • Data granularity: The data within a P2P system can be accessible at many degrees of granularity. At the atomic granularity level, data consists of a collection of indivisible objects, e.g., complete MP3 files. For data placement at this level, we have to either place an entire object at a peer, or not at all; this is the semantics currently supported by today’s P2P systems. At the hierarchical granularity level, sets of objects can be grouped into larger objects, thus forming hierarchies.

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  • To effectively perform data mining, however, we cannot naively consider all candidate instantiations, since the number of such instantiations is exponential in the number of variables. We provide algorithms and heuristics that ex- ploit the granularity system and the given constraints to reduce the hypothesis space for the pattern matching task. The global approach offers an effective procedure to dis- cover patterns of events that occur frequently in a sequence satisfying specific temporal relationships.

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  • When I discuss children and development with my students they often ask me how long have psychologists known about certain aspects and why don’t they know such valuable information. I tell them that I believe psychologists and educators need to get their research into the general public’s hands more often. Our science has so much to offer parents and teachers in practical terms.

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  • In 2007, a UNICEF report on the well-being of children around the world, ranked the UK at the bottom of the world’s 21 richest countries. For all six parameters: material well-being, health and safety, educational well-being, family and peer relationships, behaviour and risks and subjective well-being, the UK was amongst the bottom five countries (UNICEF 2007). Since then, there has been considerable debate in the UK about ways to measure and enhance children’s well-being.

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  • This chapter describe the normal vital signs and body system characteristics of the newborn, neonate, infant, toddler, preschooler, school‐ age child, adolescent, young adult, middle‐age adult, and older adult; identify key psychosocial features of the infant, toddler, preschooler, school‐age child, adolescent, young adult, middle‐age adult, and older adult; explain the effect of parenting styles, sibling rivalry, peer relationships, and other factors on a child’s psychosocial development.

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  • THE IMPACT OF LOGISTICS STRATEGY AND LOGISTICS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROCESSES ON SERVICE PERFORMANCE If parents select schools for effectiveness, wealthy parents should be better able to obtain effective schools in markets where decentralized governance facilitates the choice of schools through residential location, and student performance should be more tightly associated with peer characteristics in these markets.

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  • Control the flow of information security, accessibility, data control Centralize resources save cost on local work stations and peripherals Simplify data / software management Backups, IS maintenance Share information with multiple users Distribute tasks reduce local need CPU power Master / Slave (Similar to the teacher- student relationship) Peer to Peer (Similar to the workgroup concept) Client / Server (Similar to an automated teller transaction)

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  • Barbara and Steve spent the entire month of February putting together the schedule and plans for the CSS. Even though Barbara was the project manager, she and Steve worked together as peers. As a team, they could brainstorm and double-check each other’s work. They had worked together before and had an excellent relationship—one based on mutual respect and trust. They could be candid and knew how to work through disagreements as well as how to come to consensus on important issues. Barbara also knew that the work Steve produced was always well thought out and very professionally done.

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  • Having already forged relationships with numerous Romanian celebrities for other accounts, Roberts was able to convince a number of them to join forces and write a song on the subject of HIV/AIDS. The song quickly became a national hit. Simultaneously, Roberts and Holscher sent a corps of peer educators dubbed the “Love Police” onto the beaches of the Black Sea to approach young people and issue fake “citations” to those not carrying condoms. The program created buzz and substantially decreased stigma and fear around condom use.

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  • Education, Income Distribution and Growth final reason to suspect a stratification-reliability relationship is that unobserved peer group characteristics are likely to be more strongly associated with observed characteristics in markets that are more heavily stratified.

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  • This can be a career change, personal change, such as gaining or losing weight, quitting smoking or changing a relationship dynamic, along with a myriad of other situations. As a result of my work in the school as a part time counselor, I was able to secure contracts at other schools for part-time work. I developed numerous PowerPoint presentations on a range of issues such as anti-bullying programs, substance abuse prevention programs, and peer counseling programs and now offer these workshops to other schools, as well as consult on a variety of mental health issues.

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  • Today customers have more choices, higher expectations, and greater influence. The voice of the customer has never been louder and has taken control of the conversation and forever changed the relationships with brands. Customers decide how, when, and where they want to engage with your brand—whether it’s in the store, on the Web, over the phone, or across their social networks. They expect you to know who they are and what they need, and to seamlessly recognize them at every touchpoint.

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  • Consider the implications of those final sentences: students who take courses on media, who learn about the human rights to free speech and free press, and who actively participate in student media organizations are more likely than their peers to believe that people who hold unpopular opinions have a right to express them –and that others have a right to hear them.

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  • Abstract Peer interactions have been argued to play a major role in student academic achievement. Recent work has focused on measuring the structure of peer interactions with the location of the student in their social network and has found a positive relationship between student popularity and academic achievement.

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